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People celebrating the event at Broken Arrow Cellars included, from left, Imperial Manor Administrator Eric Haider, City Clerk Jo Leyland, Council Member Johnna Jablonski, Council President Charlesa Kline, Senator Dan Hughes, Lt. Gov. Mike Foley, Community Development Director Jason Tuller, Council Member Doug Gaswick, DED Business Consultant Brittany Hardin, and Broken Arrow owners Steve and Debra Schilke. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial retains certified community status

Imperial has retained status for another five years as an Economic Development Certified Community (EDCC) with the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED).

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Brenda Thayer of Champion earned  Grand Champion and the $100 award for her photo, above, titled “Champion Mill” in the hospital/clinic’s “Images of Nebraska” photo contest. (Courtesy photo)

Brenda Thayer repeats as eighth annual ‘Images of Nebraska’ photo contest winner

    The eighth annual “Images of Nebraska” photo contest sponsored by the Chase County Hospital Foundation was deemed a successful event, according to Steve Lewis, director of the Foundation.

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Along East 9th Street, a crosswalk with sign cautions drivers in front of the Chase County School building. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Drivers along East 9th Street near the school need to be aware the speed limit is 15 mph. Signs in several blocks approaching the school are visible. (Johnson Publications photo)

Drivers need to keep safety in mind as school nears

 Another year of classes at Chase County Schools (CCS)start Wednesday, Aug. 23, and motorists are urged to drive carefully and always be watchful of children on the street.

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Mark Bottom,(left), instructs Grayson Owens on how to air up his bike tire (Johnson Publications photo).

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Sgt. Chad Ostmeyer presents Grayson and Scarlet Thayer with “safety citations.” (Johnson Publications photo)

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Under Mark Bottom’s instruction, Scarlet Thayer maneuvers her bicycle through the obstacle course at the safety class Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Mark Bottom gives bicycle safety class as part of ‘Pedal for Pat’ benefit

    Mark Bottom of Imperial is preparing to “Pedal for Pat” on the 1,098-mile ride as one of the Summitt Cyclists. The 12-day trek is scheduled Oct. 17-28, starting in Knoxville, Tenn.



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